Of escalators and Shopping

Posted: May 9, 2014 in Bikramism, Blogging, Experiences, Feeling Funny, funnies, Humour
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Have you been to the new fancy malls that have come up all over our nation especially to the ones where escalators work, the reason I say is I went to about 2 or 3 Malls in Punjab, Bhatinda to be precise, none of the escalators were working, maybe to save energy or fuel or whatever escalators use to work πŸ™‚ , you can see I am not an engineer.. So why do these malls spend so much money on having escalators when they have them shut and expect people to climb up the stairs, because have you seen the height of the STEP it is usually higher than normal steps, which means you have to put in more energy to climb them , Personally I feel it is a good idea as we could or I could do with some exercising , lose some of those extra calories which I keep adding on every now and then ..  

Coming back to Escalators I think the Reason why escalators were built was to help shoppers , to make sure they don’t get too tired walking , they have more energy to visit more shops, shoppers don’t have to walk too much.. AM I RIGHT .. there could be other reasons but I am not that intelligent πŸ™‚

If you go to big malls which has a lot of escalators, it is funny if you just stand and watch people get on-down from them, I know I know you all have a lot of other important things to do then spend time watching people do that πŸ™‚ but do sometimes ..

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I went to a mall one of the days and found a few funny things taking place, The first thing I noticed was what a silly way the escalators were designed, the whole idea of having escalators is so shoppers don’t have to walk too much or exercise too much .. I hope I can explain it properly, This is how they were I can best explain , you entered the Mall and go up the escalator First floor , then you had to walk all the way to the other side .. to go from first floor to the Second floor.. and so on till Floor 6th..

I found it weird because If I have to go to the sixth floor , I have to do that 5 times .. I mean why can’t they have escalators that go to a floor above, you turn around and there is another set going up.. then when you are coming down you have all the way Down the same way, This will also take care of Human traffic people wont keep on banging into each other trying to reach the other side of the floor to go Up or down..

.. the whole idea of escalators is so people don’t have to walk .. yet they make us walk..

Another thing I noticed was that people sometimes CHOOSE the step they want to get on  “Not this one .. No not this one either “.. the next one looks much nicer .. They choose a stair.. yes THAT ONE.. I  thought I was going to get crushed standing behind this couple , who were doing exactly that. They fell in love with one Step and off they went .. But funnily when they have to get off , they panic again ..

We had a lady in that panic situation who had a nightmare trying to get on to the step, the people with her would get on and she was left behind .. then I think They would come down and again cajole her to get up .. It was funny watching πŸ™‚ Finally she took the escalator, I could see she had GRASPED the sides SO HARD.. that her arm was getting left behind as the escalator was going up.. She would Leave the side and then GRASP it again a bit ahead.. then the problem came to get off.. ooops.. the floor was Eating up the Stairs.. so she was climbing one step up each time..

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I know I should not be laughing but secretly I was smiling my head off watching the poor lady .. This actually reminded me of when my parents came over for the First time to UK to visit me, they were going to go on an Escalator for the First time in their life, and what a pallava it was, My Mom was hilarious, especially in london when we had to go underground to catch the tube, My Mom refused at one stage to go down it was to the second level, So it was a No win situation if we had to go up , it was via escalators – of if we had to go down it was again Escalators.. we had to go one way , IT was me who panicked because I did not know how to take her down, she is not light either , he he he he.. but thankfully we managed to travel .. and WE did NOT end up like this .. phewwwwwwwwwwwwww

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Right so this was escalator bit , I know nothing funny about it ,Now coming to Shopping.. I had a funny experience when I was going to buy my shoes , Never go for shopping with your partner-gf-wife-mother or even a female friend, I have my reasons oh BOY what a mistakeeeeeeee… They stand there , looking at you.. and make you wear the Shoe and Ask you “TO WALK UP AND DOWN”..

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Now THIS WALK is That walk which is A WALK, that No man will ever walk once he gets out of the shop,  you know the one I mean where we walk bending the toes or the shoe forwards to check if it bends properly, (which man ever walks like that generally, bending there foot).. Then we might be asked to even sit down and Feel the Toe’s inside , Wiggle your Toe.. pinch the top of the shoe to see if there is enough space between the tip and the big toe.. When you do that YOU have this EXCITED look on your face

“Oh yes I can feel the Toe.. ” .. it is right there where it should be , well all normal humans have them

         On your foot  .. Inside your SHOE.

because that’s where THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE…

and then you stand in front of the mirror to check how they look, We always look from the SIDE, Now tell me do you ever see other people in their shoes walking towards you and YOU WATCHING THEIR SHOE FROM THE SIDE.. how do you do that.. you always see the front .. and the sides that you WILL never ever see for as long as you have those shoes .. I mean why Oh why do we do that ..

or are you checking them up because of the pet you have home who has this habit of coming running towards you and they come and hug your leg.. They might see it from the SIDE.. the NEW SHOE..

The same also happens when we buy new trousers .. you wear them and then you try to squat and what not .. I mean how many times have men bought trousers and squatted while wearing them .. FUNNY things we do……..

ps:- Photos courtesy Google.

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  1. Good point about reducing the amount of walking while using escalators!

    Using the escalator for the first time can be scary for some people. I can imagine your situation with your mom in the London underground!

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  2. Rekha says:

    If climbing up stairs helped lose calories, I would be size zero. I stay on the top floor and I work on the 7th floor. No escalators, but plain stairs.

    The malls having escalators and keeping them switched off is something that annoys me too. Why waste so much money to show off and then try to save it. Crazy bunch!

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    • B. M. says:

      he he he he .. I think body gets used to it mam.. so we need to change the habit a bit for it to work πŸ™‚ I prefer climbing stairs as it helps me Lose my tons of weight..
      crazy bunch – yess I KNOW πŸ™‚

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  3. I think they have designed escalators deliberately like that so that we can look at all the shops (while walking in between each floor), become tempted to buy more stuff than we originally planned. That’s the very concept of a mall πŸ™‚

    Destination Infinity

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  4. manchitra says:

    We are yet to get used escalators:), many are afraid to fall in step as it keeps moving and you see panicky situations if you stay around to watch. Some jump on to it and it is quite dangerous too.

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    • B. M. says:

      I have seen a few accidents happen.. especially at the airport when i was working .. last calls and people rush and then suddenly forget to take that step and thumb down they fall…
      sometimes its hilarious when a drunk falls down and NO i dont have any sympathy for them .. its their own doing

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  5. greenboochi says:

    Hahahaha I had a good laugh πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ Especially the lady sitting on the elevator! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€
    You know I was one scared soul 5yrs back, I would rather die than go on an escalator. In that situation I had to travel out of India. I was dead scared – so much that I thought of cancelling the business travel. Then one fine day, S took me to a mall and guess what we did the entire time – go up and down the escalator. I even managed to fall down couple of times πŸ˜€ I have done that “finding right step to get in” too! πŸ˜€ Lots of stuff to say about escalators actually πŸ˜› May be I will do a post sometime too πŸ™‚

    And you know why they keep escalators that go up completely on the opposite side of the one that you just got down? That way, you would take a round about at that floor and you might be tempted to do some shopping on the way too. Else, if you just go from 1st floor to 6th floor, remaining floors have no business right? Marketing techniques, all these πŸ˜€

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    • B. M. says:

      πŸ™‚ yeah .. that what exactly like my MOM and you can imagine my face in rush hour πŸ™‚ yes yes yes do a article..

      hmmm clever people these marketing guys πŸ™‚ I also noticed one thing which is completely off on a tangent in supermarkets .. have you seen that baby products nappies-foods etc are always in the next aisle to BEER and alcohol .. they want the fathers to buy it when they go out there to shop for their kids πŸ™‚ clever

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  6. renu says:

    Lol:)..in malls they want us to see everything..all sides, many store like Big bazar have a strict entry and exit even..

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    • Bikramjit says:

      i found that a bit silly too.. here we have Ikea that does that.. you have to walk through most of their displays to get ot the exit.. i guess one way to make people buy stuff which they probbaly havenot come to buy ..

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  7. divrj says:

    hahaha… that was funny… i hate taking the stairs… so i guess escalators were invented for me πŸ˜›

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  8. I thought while reading about escalators, you were talking about my sis in law. When we went to Singapore Malaysia recently it was very difficult for us to persuade her to stand on an elevator! She never tried till the end of the trip. She would ask us to go the next floor and check for things!hmmm…

    Yes, we have got the habit to stand on the side and check the shoe and Pant too! Funny!

    Enjoyed reading this post, Bikram! Keep writing more!

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  9. jaishvats says:

    Hi bikram

    When my mom or mom in law come here we always hunt for lifts. My mom in fact had a ligament tear and her knees are affected by arthritis as well and so escalators are ruled out. But Singapore is a very physically disabled friendly place with lifts everywhere.

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    • Bikramjit says:

      heyyyyyyyy.. he he he now that cud be another ordeal looking for the lifts,, they usually have them in coreners ..

      here also lot of places are handicap friendly but some of the tube stations dont have lifts and it gets difficult .. When my dad had come we had to get up and down only at the stations that had lifts ..

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  10. Bindu says:

    That design of going up the stairs did make me crazy at some of the posh textile shops. Yes, they don’t want us to miss any of those great displays they have arranged for us. But it is a really crazy idea.

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  11. Gray Dawster says:

    That’s really funny about your mom but you would be surprised how many people that have lived alongside them for years avoid them in many places including those multiplex boutiques, the faces on some of those people is crazy πŸ™‚ lol

    I chuckle every time I see them dodging through the lines to escape from the dreaded escalators and use the stairs instead. Great posting and full of laughter πŸ™‚ Have an awesome weekend Bikram πŸ™‚

    Andro

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    • Bikramjit says:

      thank you andro πŸ™‚ he he he he .. when i had come to uk for the first time years ago it was a experience for me too , as i had not seen a elevator in india ..

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      • Gray Dawster says:

        I can just imagine your fear Bikram πŸ™‚ lol
        Have an awesome Monday evening and I will
        be linking that picture for you when I find it, I
        haven’t forgotten my wicked friend πŸ™‚
        Andro

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        • Bikramjit says:

          Thank you , i had a good monday and tuesday is going on fine too so far .. πŸ™‚

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          • Gray Dawster says:

            Every time I call in here I am on the wrong computer, the Paintball thingy is on my laptop so I must get that link sorted out soon 😦 Grrrrrr I get worse lol

            Have a fun evening Bikram and be good, I always am πŸ˜‰ lol

            Andro

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            • Bikramjit says:

              hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm right I need to keep reminding you i think..

              I have a question I am not getting email notifications when you post a new article .. I sue to get them earlier .. have you changed something πŸ™‚

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              • Gray Dawster says:

                Yes I changed the settings as every time I posted I was getting emails cluttering up my inbox, so it had to go πŸ™‚ lol It has a knock-on-effect for me too as I don’t always get the notifications when someone posts a new posting, so I tend to visit at random, which is why my visits are sporadic 😦 I will be on the laptop later so I will get it added to my Space and then link it to your from there, which will be easier πŸ™‚

                Andro

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  12. hahaha.. lol@the lady sitting on the escalator. My mom is also pretty scared so we have to search for an elevator, no matter where we are. It is painful as the elevators are located in some corner of the mall, while escalators are usually in the middle.
    Even I have seen escalators turned off in malls in India. I have often wondered was it to save electricity or is it because of the power cuts? I mean, what exactly are they trying to do? hehehe.

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    • Bikramjit says:

      πŸ™‚ You know I cud not even laugh at my mom because I was wondering how do i get her off when we reach the top … it is to save electricity they are better having elevators for the use of people .. as I find the steps higher with elevators and it takes more engery to climb them

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  13. padmaja says:

    Love that pic of the lady sitting on the steps,, wonder what she did when she had to get out! I mean how quick! Enjoyed this post so much.. look forward to some escapades with elevators.. I hate to get in to one alone:-))

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    • Bikramjit says:

      yeah thats how my mum was , I cud not take a pic as the underground was Fulllllllll.. and here its funny everyone is in a rush so you stand on the right and let people walk from the left those who are in a hurry .. Thank you so much..

      oooh elevators I have played some pranks in our office building.. will write for sure some day ..

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  14. Damyanti says:

    Escalators are strategically placed so that you do have to walk in front of a lot of shops– every time you stroll in front of a shop, you might be tempted to walk in, so that walking is useful to the mall. Just so you don’t get tired climbing stairs, they give you escalators on opposite corners :).

    If they wanted to save you walking, there would be travellators along mall corridors in front of shops!

    My mum is similar to yours on escalators, and I’m afraid when I have loads of grocery bags, i hover, too, to ensure my feet fall between the yellow lines, so I don’t lose my balance.

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    • Bikramjit says:

      very true , so true.. but it does not work on me , i usually go to the shop that i want stuff from and back πŸ™‚
      I like that Hovering part πŸ™‚ he he he he

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  15. Shilpa Garg says:

    LOL πŸ˜€ Some interesting observations!! Choosing that One Step… have seen a lot of people do that… in fact, sometimes, have to take some ladies’ hands and decide for them their ‘lucky step’ πŸ˜€
    It took some time for my Mom to get used to the lifts and escalators too πŸ™‚

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    • Bikramjit says:

      yeah SG .. he he he yeah I had to do that when i was working at the airport .. so many oldies became my best friends he he he πŸ™‚ and then they would go to the top and want a pic of me with themselves ..

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  16. Saritha says:

    Ha ha ha…..you didnt write abt the escalators which doesnt have stairs but it is flat and you need to walk, mostly in the airports. I love those escalators…
    When mom was with us is dubai she used to search for lifts and used to avoid escalators….once to take out fear from her i took her on the escalators and walk down. And she took a small jump at the end of the escalators and then she got used to it…
    Your are on roll…so many post to read….will come back again to read them.

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    • Bikramjit says:

      yeah.. that is also good and it does help in reaching the gate faster πŸ™‚ and when you have a suitcase that makes noises when rolling .. it makes More noise ..
      he he he a small jump I forgot to say that .. same here ..
      yes do read please .. I am struggling to get back the old friends back here .. they seem to have forgotten me for sure πŸ™‚

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  17. Deeps says:

    hahahaha! Your mom is so cute, Bik! I find those people who are hesitant to try stepping into an escalator quite adorable sometimes πŸ™‚

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    • Bikramjit says:

      Thank you Deeps.. How are you doing.
      yeah they are adorable when we are looking at them ,but not so if we are standing behind them because they put us also in danger πŸ™‚

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  18. Novroz says:

    Interesting post!
    I know why the escalators are being placed so far…so that you can see other shops too not just heading straight to floor 6….but to be honest, i hate that system because I am not a window shopper kind of girl.

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  19. heerman says:

    we;;ll dude.. to me Technology makes a difference.. and yes these escalators ..elevators and stairs..
    options are available .. But malls its jus two not stairs its jus emergency exit.
    ..world wont move!! its helpful πŸ™‚

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  20. pixie says:

    LOL!!
    you have researched escalators quite well!! πŸ˜›

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  21. The escalator fun I too have observed. I can’t remember when I encountered my first escalator because it certainly was not in the childhood! As for shopping I can be in and out of shops in 5 minutes with shopping complete! πŸ˜€

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  22. still rolling over laughing!!! btw that escalator with the croc is epic…and more than that is the one with the lady perched on it!! great observations!

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  23. surindernath says:

    We are a nation / society, where we must have a fully – furnished drawing room, where normal “guesting” kind of guests should not enter.

    We must have a 10 piece sofa where guests should not sit.

    BUT ( and its a very BIG BUT !! ) they ( guests – including the guesting kind, in fact…. guests of all denominations and shape ) must not underestimate us and they must KNOW that we have these luxuries !!

    Same way we must have escalators – which MAY or MAY NOT escalate !!
    Needless to say that our……..AC’s are not for cooling…..well…who will pay the electricity bill ?

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    • Bikramjit says:

      πŸ™‚ I totally get you and my view is the same for sure .. oh yes I found that too many people had ac in rooms but they were off and yet they were complaining about the heat ..

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  24. Looks like you have been shopping a lot lately!!

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  25. B K chowla says:

    I have never been so observant whereas escalatrors are concerned.
    In fact,I keep walking while they are on

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  26. I hate when escalators are not working. As you said, steps of escalators are so tough to climb. But yes, the latter part you mentioned in the post is fun.

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  27. Great reviews on escalators and yes, they ought to be turned on if installed cause climbing/descending from them is an ordeal cause of those huge steps.
    The croc thing was unusual and I have also seen people sit on their step cause of motion sickness…better safe than sorry πŸ˜‰

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    • Bikramjit says:

      hello and welcome here .. Thank you for visiting do keep coming please ..

      well I could not find a pic to show that people think when they have to get down the escalator will suck them in … πŸ™‚
      oh yes better safe always than sorry .. motion sickness hmmm I had not thought of that , I guess that can be a big reason ..

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  29. Binu Thomas says:

    Escalators are funny. You are right, their intention is not to make you walk, yet you walk! I think the idea is to ensure you window-shop while moving from one escalator to another on a floor..

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  30. Joe says:

    Ha ha like that picture of the lady sitting on the escalator.

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  31. ladyfi says:

    The escalator is a strange creation if you have never seen one before…

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  32. Beloo Mehra says:

    This was an enjoyable read! You surely picked an interesting topic to write on πŸ™‚ In fact the whole mall scene is a good place to do some random people watching and observing all kinds of behaviours! Thankfully I now live in a small town where there is no shopping mall yet, and only one big store with an escalator, but in my previous life I have spent many an hour or so doing my own anthropological studies in malls, if you know what I mean πŸ˜‰

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    • Bikramjit says:

      Hello, and welcome to this blog…
      yeah it is funny how people react and behave .. one just needs to stand and watch them for long πŸ™‚
      you are lucky living in a small place , I so long to be back at my village .. everyone knew everyone and now I dont even know my neighbours..

      right , so do we get to hear or read some articles on all that anthropological studies you did in the malls πŸ™‚ go onnnnnnnnnnnn

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  33. Sharmila says:

    Hi Bikram …. Thanks for stopping by at my blog πŸ™‚

    Actually my escalator story is little different from urs …. it was my mom who had a hard time getting me on those running stairs …. i always used to avoid them by taking the stairs instead …. then ones in a mall in Durban – there’re no stairs only escalator …. i had to hold her hand to get on it – after that first experience it was like a play …. but now when ever i see anyone in that situation …. i can imagine how hard it’s for them ….

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  34. Rachna says:

    hahaha That was funny. You know the only reason they make you walk around is to ensure that you get to see half the shops on your way up and remaining half on the way down :). Also, so considerate of them to ensure that the lazy bums get some exercise as well ;-). Your mom was so cute.

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    • Bikramjit says:

      yes you are right Rachna.. clever people they are .. ha ha ha ha yeah I got some exercise for sure …

      Thanks you thank you .. So am I tooo πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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  35. Deboshree says:

    Now this is an insightful take on escalators. Must share this with an uncle of mine who works in a related field. πŸ˜€
    Your post reminds me that some shopping may not be a bad idea. πŸ˜€

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  36. Namrata Kumari says:

    You’ve been so observant. πŸ™‚ I have seen such funny escalator situations. The funniest thing happened to me was that once I broke the heels of my high heel shoes trying to walk backwards on the escalator :|. I was stupid, I must say.

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  37. Dilip says:

    Thank heavens in Pune malls the escalators are functional. But in places they don’t the for some elderly folk it could be scary. Cheers Bikram πŸ™‚

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  38. Rajlakshmi says:

    hahaha that photo on escalator is hilarious πŸ˜€ I have seen so many like that in India. Usually the grandmoms are extremely scared of getting on an escalator.
    You ‘shoe’ thought has a point πŸ˜› I am guilty of looking at my footwear from all side possible πŸ˜€ front back side top bottom πŸ˜› i know even bottom πŸ˜›

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  39. privytrifles says:

    Bik I am still scared of escalators!! 😦

    And please don’t laugh at me for that!

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  40. stranger says:

    It is mandatory to have escalator when you have more than 3 floors. To get permit they install escalator and to save electricity they dont make it work… How clever…

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  41. Khushboo says:

    You are really observant Bikram. Even I hate walking round the escalator to reach the one that will take me to the next floor. That is why; I prefer lifts πŸ™‚

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    • Bikramjit says:

      THank you Thank you so much.. I was just free and had nothing better to do .. as I had gone for my sisters wedding so the women folk were busy shopping while i waited as i was the driver 😦 …
      Lifts is good , actually i have a small experience in those too , I shall write about it

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  42. Anita says:

    Hilarious, but very true, Bikram.
    Yes, even I have noticed that we have to walk around to take the escalator to the next floor!
    Choosing a step & acting scared to board or get down is a common sight πŸ™‚

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  43. Pooja says:

    I too have totally noticed that sometimes escalators don’t work but I can assure you it’s rare πŸ™‚ and the mall you have been too must have a rare engineer because malls in Mumbai have another escalator at the turn end of the first one…we don’t need to walk πŸ˜€ and I have seen so many ladies scared of these πŸ˜€ it is cute and hilarious πŸ™‚

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  44. sm says:

    nice photos
    Using the escalator for the first time is scary for the people who have never seen or used it for but many people wont accept that they feared or did not knew how to walk or stay still on that

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  45. gravadee says:

    Hahahaha I had smile all through the post. Thanks for that

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  46. S(t)ri says:

    ha ha ha…. the post was witty n true!! πŸ™‚

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  47. Seeta says:

    hehehe vert true! πŸ˜› I have wondered about the positioning of the escalators too, why can they not havit one above the other instead of making people walk around the place πŸ˜› But about choosing the step, I do it sometimes too πŸ˜› πŸ˜›

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  48. nimadas says:

    Lol its so true what you wrote about the escalators , we walk round and round to get to one , and that women’s story too was funny.

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  49. ambikasingh2 says:

    I fell on an escalator while I was coming down. I could never take an escalator in 10 years. I think more than the pain of falling, i was very embarrased because everyone laughed at me heartlessly. Nobody came to help (which is a common site in India). When my friends always circled me on an escalator while going up. Over these years, i have managed to use an escalator to go up, but not come down…maybe someday when no one is watching me…i might give it a try..

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    • Bikramjit says:

      Oh nooo.. so sorry to hear that … SAD people who laughed instead of helping .. as you say common in india .. if it was here there will be more than ONE rushing to help you for SURE…

      hmmm yeah give it a try ,a few times only then this fear will get out ..

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      • ambikasingh2 says:

        Actually i was just too angry when i wrote a comment on your post. Rememberd Bad memories. I have come across many helping hands…i am sorry about my ‘typical in India’ comment. One bad incident cannot shape my views about everyone…

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        • Bikramjit says:

          its ok , I would have said the same because this is what happens many a times .. so chillax πŸ™‚

          now why are you angry tell me .. DId you read the JOKE in the next post.. go on read it .. I am sure it will put a smile on you..

          πŸ™‚

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  50. Niranjana says:

    Nice read! πŸ˜€ my mom is not new to escalator. But she still prefers the elevator or stairs when possible πŸ˜‰
    And one thing even I’ve experienced is some people get so excited and take their own sweet time to get on it (not minding the impatient crowd behind them :p ).

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  51. ive seen people .. esp. women in sarees or with kids around .. sometimes find it very difficult to get through the escalators ..
    good thing they’ve stopped it now forever temporarily … old people, ladies will get an air of relief πŸ™‚

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  52. […] This is a repost, as in the previous one this part got lost I think.. So sorry if you are reading it again .. You can see how I am trying my […]

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